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How To Clean Ugg Boots

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Printed Date: June 21 2021 at 10:57am

Topic: How To Clean Ugg Boots
Posted By: Zoekong
Subject: How To Clean Ugg Boots
Date Posted: December 17 2009 at 2:57am

To clean your Uggs, you'll need a mild sheepskin cleaner like Woolite or the UGG Autralia Sheepskin Cleaner, or you can also try using an all-natural cleaner that's safe for wool and other delicates. Be sure to dilute your cleaner in cold water according to the instructions


Next, use a cloth soaked in cold water to dampen the outside surface of your boots, being careful not to thoroughly soak through the entire sheepskin. Apply a small amount of your cleaner to a sponge, and gently scrub the entire area in small circles. For tough stains or hard to reach nooks, try using a toothbrush - just be careful not to damage the material. Rinse off all the cleaner with your cold, wet cloth, stopping to rinse and ring it out as you go.


Stuff your boots with recycled paper towels to allow your Uggs to keep their shape, and leave them to dry in a clean, warm place.

Avoid direct heat sources like a fireplace, radiator, or blazing sun here, which can cause the sheepskin to pucker or crack.

Posted By: pinkpandora
Date Posted: September 29 2010 at 4:57am
 Fantastic stuff you've got here. It's a real treat to read. Thanks so much for sharing the info. Its got to be a helping hand.

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Posted By: porcarokinch
Date Posted: March 19 2011 at 3:33am
What a great idea! I also so much like your tips really its very useful and thanks for sharing.


Posted By: gussie
Date Posted: August 02 2011 at 12:54am
Take a piece of clean sponge to clean the boots surface again with clean water to rinse UGG boots. You should wipe carefully to remove all the traces on the boots in this process.Ugg boots should always be washed by hand. Lightly moist your boots on the outside with cold water. Don't dip them in the water as this could deform them.


Posted By: itslewlew
Date Posted: October 05 2011 at 1:51pm
oh awesome thanks for the tips!


Posted By: karengriffin
Date Posted: November 17 2011 at 10:41am
Thats great tips...but I heard there's cleaning product specially for the UGG boots. You can find them online

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